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Anatomy of the Banknote

30th June 2011
A banknote is a promissory note made by a bank, payable to the owner of the note and is considered legal tender (along with coins). While currency has taken many forms over the course of time, banknotes were first developed in China during the 7th century... Read >
Author: banksupply

Making illegal, legal made impossible – Counterfeit Detectors.

13th April 2011
To know the work or the real function and role of counterfeit pens, one must first know why it was invented in the first place. Everyone wants to earn money quickly in order to bring their desires to a standstill which is anyway impossible and in this... Read >
Author: alanboarder

A Wealth Vase That Brings Financial Prosperity

23rd March 2010
A wealth vase is an ancient Chinese amulet that was used to bring wealth and prosperity to Chinese families from the time immemorial. Back then, only the wealthiest people could afford to make such a talisman. The vessels would be passed from one gener... Read >
Author: Jakob Jelling

Citi Secured Depository - Issuing Safekeeping Receipts To Vouch For Assets In America

05th January 2010
The banking and lending practices of countries can vary considerably from nation to nation. Some countries' institutions, when considering issuing a loan to a client, will demand a safekeeping receipt. A common practice in Europe, a safekeeping receipt is... Read >
Author: SEO Consulting

The Money Booths provide the necessary liveliness

20th October 2009
Partygoers get excited when they get a chance to get into the money booth to capture the real or fake money that is blown in swirling winds. It is such an excitement that few partygoers will forget the thrill they experience inside a money booth. Usually ... Read >
Author: Lucky

How to Retire on $80,000

09th January 2009
The problem with paper money is that it rewards the minority of people who can manipulate it and makes fools of those who work and save for it.- Adam Smith We're told our whole lives to study hard so you can get good grades so you can go to a good co... Read >
Author: OptionSpreadTrades.com

Rare Silver Certificates: What Are The Most Valuable Silver Certificates?

08th January 2009
Most silver certificates are worth only a small premium over their actual face value. For example, the common 1935 and 1957 certificates would sell for $1.25 to $1.50 in average circulated condition.' A note of this type in uncirculated condition would fe... Read >
Author: Christina Goldman

Silver Certificates: How Much Is A 1923 Silver Certificate Worth?

04th January 2009
The 1923 Silver Certificate is one of the most popular and common paper notes.' All United States Currency that was minted before 1928 is larger than that of a modern paper bill -approximately one-half inch wider and over one inch longer. For you trivi... Read >
Author: Christina Goldman

Is It Illegal To Own Gold in USA

06th February 2008
In 1974 President Gerald Ford lifted a forty year ban where it was illegal to own hoards of gold. This ban was put in place by Franklin D. Rossevelt in 1933.People were able to buy gold and trade gold as a commodity. After the great depression is when ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

What is a Dollar?

01st July 2007
I have a growing concern regarding paper money. That concern is what defines a "dollar". A dictionary definition describes a dollar as being a basic monetary unit equivalent to 100 cents. Further investigation reveals that a cent is equal to 1/100th of a ... Read >
Author: DollarDaze

5 Ideas for Creative Play

04th June 2007
Creative play should be on every child's daily schedule. Usually when the word "creativity" is mentioned, the first thing we think about is art and craft. However, creative play is more than that. One activity under the banner of creative play is role pla... Read >
Author: Deanna Mascle

Costa Rica Colones vs. US Dollar

09th February 2007
The form of currency used in Costa Rica is called the colon or colones in its plural form. The currency was named after Christopher Columbus and introduced as the main form of currency in Costa Rica during the year 1896. Today, the Costa Rican colon holds... Read >
Author: Costa Vista Land

The Anatomy of a Dollar Bill

03rd October 2006
Greenbacks. Moolah. Dough. Benjamins. All nicknames for the one thing we're all in an endless quest to get more of—cash money. It's as much a part of our everyday lives as is sleep, food, even breathing. But have you ever really stopped to take a look at ... Read >
Author: Joseph Kenny
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